Welcome to Absolute Yoga

Namaste
The art and science of Yoga has it's origins in what might be called 'pre-history'. In fact according to the Veda-s, Yoga is of divine origin. The Veda-s are a collection of teachings from India which are probably the most ancient wisdom texts in existence and noteably some of these teachings even discuss and outline more ancient teachings. This is the deeper meaning of the title Absolute, which refers to such concepts as Creation, Origin and Highest Force.

Many thousands of years ago these aspects of the Absolute became the subject matter for the exploration and meditations of men and women seeking to know and understand Life. The knowledge and understanding of these rishis evolved into many paths and ways of living which became known collectively as Yoga. A very great teacher of Yoga from Puducherry in India, Sri Aurobindo (1872-1950), has written "All Life is Yoga".

Yoga practice (Sadhana) deals with human health through various branches such as Ayurveda, Hatha Yoga Asana and Pranayama and Mediation. Absolute Yoga offers students some of this vast collection of traditional teachings by means of weekly classes, day long immersions and Teacher Training Certification courses.

Om Shanti, Shanti, Shantih

News & Events

  • Paul will return from India end January 2015 after 2 months in-depth study with Sri BNS Iyengar
  • Morning classes start Fri February 6th
  • Evening classes will start from Mon Feb 9th
  • New Mindfulness & Meditation Course will start in March Naas - Details
  • Teacher training course : NEW GROUP to commence May 23rd/24th 2015 - Learn More Here
  • Vedic Chanting classes continuing from Saturday February 7th View classes
  • NEW VENUE for Monday evening classes : Kildare Academy of Dance, Unit 5, Monread Commercial Park (opp. Woodies).
  • Wednesday evening classes will continue to run in The Osprey, Naas.



  • Absolute Yoga offers a wide range of classes for everyone

    Teacher training commence in April 2014, you can register your interest on our teacher training page